Problem-based learning discussions (luncheon)
The Problem Based Learning Discussion (PBLD) session is held Thursday from 12:15-1:15 pm.
- This event qualifies for 1 CME credit hour.
- Each topic is assigned a table of 10 with a moderator. Please select your topic early as many will sell out.
- PBLDs are open to all registrants and include lunch. Cost is $90. Purchase your tickets online or at the Registration Desk.
|PBLD-01||Implementing an ERAS Protocol for Ambulatory Total Joint Replacement|
|PBLD-02||How to Implement a Transitional Pain Service and Maximize Its Role in the Opioid Epidemic|
|PBLD-03||How to Implement a Quality Improvement Program|
|PBLD-04||(PMP) Insurance - Value-Based Contract: A Game-Changer for Your Practice|
|PBLD-05||(PMP) Marketing - How to Market My Pain Management Service: Challenges and Opportunities|
|PBLD-06||(PMP) Legislation - 2020 Update on Legislations and Regulations that Impact My Practice|
|PBLD-07||(PMP) Quality - The Outcomes that Matter in 2020|
|PBLD-08||To Stop or Not to Stop: Buprenorphine|
|PBLD-09||Opioid Reduction Strategies in the Opioid Tolerant Patient Presenting for Revision Spine Surgery|
|PBLD-10||The Value of PoCUS in Your Everyday Practice|
|PBLD-11||Does My Anesthetic and Postoperative Care Change Pain Outcomes?|
|PBLD-12||Yikes! My Patient is on Medical Marijuana: What Do I Tell Him When He is Having Surgery?|
|PBLD-13||Are Fascial Plane Blocks the New Epidural?|
|PBLD-14||Phrenic Nerve Palsy after an Interscalene Block: Diagnosis, Workup, Medico-Legal Challenges|
|PBLD-15||Education: How to Assess, Teach, and Give Feedback|
|PBLD-16||Opioid-Free Anesthesia: Has the Pendulum Swung Too Far?|
|PBLD-17||Controversies in Regional Anesthesia: To Block or Not to Block|
|PBLD-18||RA and Phantom Limb Pain: Do Blocks Improve Outcome?|
|PBLD-19||Does Minimally Invasive Mean Minimal Pain?|
|PBLD-20||Safety: What We Have Learned from the PRAN Database|